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Anthony P. Frissora — Boston

ROCHESTER — Anthony P. Frissora, 83, of Boston, died Friday (March 13, 2009).

He is the father of Daniel H. (Denise K.) Frissora of Rochester.

Other survivors include his wife of 53 years, Sona T. "Sonny" (Topjian) Frissora; three additional sons, Henry A. Frissora M.D. (Audrey D. Duva-Frissora M.D.) of Wenham, Mass., Anthony P. (Dr. Katherine S.) Frissora of Fairhaven, N.J., and Roger J. Frissora of Elkridge, Md.; grandchildren, Sonia Frissora, Michelle Breen, Teresa Frissora, Joseph Frissora and Annamarie Frissora, all of Minnesota, Alessandra Frissora and Guiliana Frissora of Massachusetts, and Paul Frissora and Michael Frissora of New Jersey; and siblings, Delia P. Frissora and Mary E. Frissora of Watertown, Mass., Helen J. Antinarelli of Waltham, Mass., and Loretta L. Frissora of West Newton, Mass. He was preceded in death by eight siblings.

A funeral Mass for Mr. Frissora was held March 16 at the Church of St. Stephen on Hanover St., North End, Boston.

Memorials may be made to the Society of St. James the Apostle, 24 Clark St., Boston, MA 02109; or the Dana Farber Cancer Institute for GU Oncology, 10 Brookline Pl. W., Brookline, MA 02445.

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MacDonald, Rockwell & MacDonald Funeral Service of Watertown, Mass., assisted the family with arrangements.

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